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Flirting in the first grade--circa 1962
by Steve Joos
Wednesday, October 03, 2012
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Once upon a time, there were two little kids holding hands in kindergarten, but when they got to the first grade, well, they were in different classrooms. Can he win her back? We'll see how he operates.

I wish we were

in the same classroom,

then you could

still be my girlfriend.

 

I'm gonna be

Fred Flintstone

for Halloween,

you wanna be Wilma?

 

If Calvin the bear

saw a girl like you,

he'd tip his hat and  say

"Well, how de do?"

 

I didn't eat all

my cookies today,

would you like one?

 

Wanna play

on the teeter-totters

at recess tomorrow?

 

When I make out

Valentines for my class

can I save you one?

 

I wish we had

the same teacher

then you could still

be my girlfriend.

 

 

 

 

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Reviewed by John Domino 12/17/2012
A GREAT poetic recollection. Reminds me of my first encounter with girlfriends.
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